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How smart is /bant/? Help a brotha out. Factor out the X. Theres supposed to be 2 values for x in this one.

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potato

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>>2202327

(3±√-3)/2

the plus minus sign denotes that it has 2 values

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>>2202354

Praise the mathematical prowess of the Nipponese.

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>>2202354

But square root of a negative number doesnt exidt

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>>2202354

Nigger if that's right you missed one. Three degrees means three roots

Do it again but better

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>>2202369

>i don't even know if my answer is right

fugg(?)

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niggers

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>>2202390

Bretty gud but i need solutions

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>>2202327

IDK i'm seeing three values for x

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>>2202327

>cubic function

>should only be two solutions

Nice one faggot.

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>>2202471

two real solutions are possible anon

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s.s. {0,3}

t.Algebra II

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The problem is to solve the length of curve from that positive x value to the other positive x value. And i cant do that without knowing the value of the two points intersectinv the positive x axis

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I don't know who gave you that function but as far as manual exercises go that's actually a pretty shitty one. You can fill these values into the original and see it ends up to zero

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>>2202671

Ugh hold on I'll get a better quality

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>>2202673

Here.

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>>2202327

>two solutions

>what is the fundamental theorem of algebra

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>>2202717

> a polynomial of degree n has AT MOST n real zeroes

> inb4 muh complex numbers

sauer kraut

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>>2202717

Read the above posts before spewing out steam

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>>2202671

My prof is shit then. Dammit

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>>2202354

Wrong

>>2202327

Do your own homework.

Don't factor out x, that work work better if you had a y value here,

Use synthetic division for a sure answer till you find enough zeros of the poly to got to a quadratic. It will be something like (x-r)(x^2-bx+c)

It doesn't look like you can do any x^2=m subsisting tricky here

Not easy stuff, what class is this? Are you sure you don't have a sign wrong?

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>>2202979

Stupid captia ate my image, this is one of 3 answers.

>>2202725

Zeros can be repeated, as "at most"

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>>2202991

> hurr durr here come the twenty posts of people plugging this into wolframalpha

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>>2202979

Just calculus. Calculating the length of the arc. My teacher probably wrote the question wrong i dunno

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x = the crippling realization that OP should do his own fucking Algebra II homework

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>>2202327

Are you supposed to find the derivative first?

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x^3 -3x^2 + 3

(ax^2 + bx + c)*(px+q)

x^3 * ap + x^2 * (aq + bp) + x^1 * (bq + cp) + x^0 * cq

ap = 1

cq = 3

aq + bp = -3

bq + cp = 0

a=1/p

(1/p)*q + bp = -3

b = -cp/q

(1/p)*q + (-cp/q)p = -3

c=3/q

(1/p)*q + (-(3/q)p/q)p = -3

(3p^3 - q^3) / (p*q^2) = 3

If you assume integer factors, p can be either 1 or -1 (because ap = 1). Regardless of which one you pick, it's obvious from the equation that you're not going to get any integer solutions. Conclusion: just use the closed form solution. Trying to factor it manually is not going to work.

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>>2203021

>twenty posts of people plugging this into wolframalpha

At least you plugged it into something less common.

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>>2203068

Yeah like ur mum ayyyyy lmao

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>>2203062

Thanks for the help anon but the test was like 5 hrs ago. I couldnt leave it alone so i had to look for answers even after the test. I dunno the teacher usually gives us doable problems. That one was unexpected

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>>2203038

Fuck u capitalist pig im looking for manually answering it by hand and apparently its not possible i had to use a calculator.

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>>2203105

>and apparently its not possible

But it is possible to solve by hand

www.encyclopediaofmath.org/index.php/Cardano_formula

Just not by manually trying to factor it.

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>>2203116

Nobody actully uses the formulas for anything above degree^2

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>>2203231

>the public eductrination institution never taught me how to solve cubics

>therefore nobody actually needs to be able to solve general cubic polynomials

>this is what public eductrination victims actually believe

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>>2203231

Fun fact the formulas only exist up to degree 4 anyways because math

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>x^3

>two solutions

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>>2203284

But x^3=0 has only one solution.

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>>2202327

0=x^3-3x^2+3

0=3x^2-6x

X=(6+-√(-6)^2-4×3×0):2

X=(6+-6):2

X=0 or x=6

Dumb nigger

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>>2203293

Germany had one solution

The final solution

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>>2202327

Just look for the way of doing that in your math book, underage fegit

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>>2203608

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>>2203608

Should... Should we tell him or nah

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>>2203608

>finding where the function crosses the X axis

>finding where the function's derivative is 0

>this is somehow the same thing

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>>2203608

were you born in the USA?

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>>2202327

>numbers and letters together

yeah, fuck that shit.

t. linguistics major

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>>2203608

Dude what the fuck?

Where in the hell did you go to school?

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>>2203679

Funland :DDDDD

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>>2203608

>everyone is falling for that

Good job anon

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